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Home tests for IBS

We all do it. When mysterious health symptom hit we jump online and start googling our symptoms. The Internet has been a blessing for health education and empowerment. But it can also be trouble. I’ve heard it referred to as […]

The nervous system is the missing piece in IBS

In the last decade the conversation about healing IBS has improved greatly. When I was sick, the advice was to eat fiber and avoid acidic and fatty foods. Currently, the conversation revolves around probiotics, lowering inflammation, and grain-free, low sugar […]

All about h.pylori and stomach acid

From personal experience I learned a few lessons about stomach acid and hidden infections. The story starts 11 years ago when I had IBS. Eventually I developed a bad case of GERD/refulx/heartburn. If you’ve ever experienced these symptoms you know […]

The right tests for IBS

In my last blog post I wrote about how adrenal fatigue can wreak havoc on the gut, leading to infections, inflammation, and IBS. I also wrote about my personal experience with adrenal fatigue. This week I want to elaborate on […]

Why you should care about adrenal fatigue

I’ve seen an interesting pattern emerge in many of my clients. Many of them had a period of prolonged stress or a traumatic life event happen sometime before their IBS symptoms started. We know that stress can effect the gut […]

How to speed up your recovery

In my experience of coaching people with IBS I’ve noticed a common thread that determines how fast someone heals. It has to do with their belief system around the healing process and trust in their body. Some people call this […]

Another IBS Superhealer story

Many of my readers have found me while searching for IBS success stories. Of all the things I’ve shared with you, I think my healing success story is the most powerful. It shows that doctors are wrong and that healing […]

How culture effects your IBS symptoms

So how can culture can affect your IBS symptoms, chance of recovery and treatment? Ann Harrington, a Harvard professor of the history of science explains it nicely in the video below. Her talk about the relationship between culture and disease […]